THYROID


THYROID   
 Thyroid gland is a soft, butterfly shaped that lies wrapped around the windpipe below the Adam’s Apple. Its function is to secrete thyroid hormones that help regulate metabolism.  Essential hormones – thyroxine-T4 and tri-iodothyronine-T3 and issues them into the blood vessels than run through the gland. The numbers refer to the amount of atoms of iodine contained in the hormones. T3 is the more powerful while T4 is released by the thyroid in larger amounts, but is mostly converted to T3 in the liver and kidneys.  The thyroid gland is controlled by the pituitary, which is located at the base of the brain and affects the thyroid gland by producing a hormone called thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), which prompts the thyroid to release more T4 and T3.
 The effect of T3 and T4 is to increase the basal metabolic rate of almost all the cells in the body to increase the fat and carbohydrate metabolism boost protein synthesis increase heart rate and blood flow to other organs.  It also regulates the heart and the brain in children and for normal reproductive functioning. The thyroid gland also contains some other structures that are important in bone and calcium metabolism. 
 The pituitary contains special cells that are very sensitive to levels of thyroid hormone in the blood.  If too low, it secretes a hormone called thyrotropin stimulating
 hormone (TSH). This in turn stimulates the thyroid to produce more thyroid hormone. When the level of thyroid hormone in the blood goes back to normal, the pituitary stops producing extra TSH. If there’s too much thyroid hormone in the blood: the pituitary releases less TSH, and the thyroid makes less thyroid hormone. The hypothalamus has a hand in this too. It can stimulate or suppress TSH production from the pituitary, by means of a hormone released from the hypothalamus in response to environmental changes from the brain, called thyroid releasing hormone (TRH). The whole system is sometimes called the ‘hypothalamic -pituitary -thyroid axis’.
 Iodine is found in most foods and is especially prevalent in seafood and dairy products. It’s often added to foods in the form of salt too. However, some mountainous  areas have soil that is low in iodine. As a result, foods grown there are iodine deficient.
 Hyperthyroidism   is when the thyroid becomes overactive and releases too much T3 and T4 into the blood. The following symptoms notices ; leads to higher rate of physical as well as mental activity, sweating, excessive nervousness, insomnia, diarrhoea, exophthalmos,condition in which eyes bulge abnormally, weight loss, despite an increased appetite, nervousness, agitation and anxiety, tiredness, rapid pulse, tremor of the hands, sweating and sensitivity to heat,  and can lead to liver damage and heart failure.
 Hypothyroidism can also be caused by a lack of iodine in the diet, which prevents the thyroid from making enough hormone. Sometimes it can arise when part, or all, of the thyroid has been removed for treatment of cancer or hyperthyroidism.  It can also accompany other inflammatory conditions of the thyroid. But in some cases, the disease destroys so much thyroid tissue that the gland can’t produce enough thyroid hormone. As a result, hypothyroidism sets in.  Symptoms include: lethargy and fatigue, feeling cold (even on warm days), unusual weight gain, depression, reduced concentration (brain fog), puffiness of the face, hair loss and thin or brittle hair, dry skin, constipation, goitre, slow speech, slow reflexes, poor memory, mental retardation.
 According to the energy concept of ACUPUNCTURE SuJok, in either case energy of Heat excess or deficiet is manifested.  One should get the Acupuncture treatment – as it can help improve the overall health of thyroid gland as well as other emotional aspects such as stress, anxiety, anger and frustration, which are often associated with the thyroid gland problems either overactive or under active, in both the cases the vital energy is in disharmony.  Thus, the  ACUPUNCTURE SuJok is effective to have CURE effect of Thyroid. The remission of the disease can be achieved and medicament’s therapy simultaneously can be reduced or eliminated altogether.  The course of treatment is definitely uneventful.
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6 thoughts on “THYROID

  1. Komal says:

    I was having problem of thyroid, with the symptoms chronic constipation, feeling of inflammation for the last more than five years. After taking acupuncture sujok sessions through doctor Dinesh, I find most of symptoms within the normal ranges. Thanks to doctor Dinesh
    Komal

  2. Alka says:

    I have got thyroid problem and I have been taking Accupuncture treatment for past one year. In a year I have taken not more than 25 sessions of acupuncture and it has come under control now. Thanks to Dr. Dinesh Kapur.

  3. Ajay Kumar says:

    I Ajay Kumar Singh, father of Ms Priya Singh, aged 12 year’s old, who is under treatment with you through ACUPUNCTURE SUJOK concept for her thyroid, weight gain, appetite increase.
    It is very surprising to note that earlier thyroid with 27 kgs weight and after taking Sujok Acupuncture, pathological reports shows TSH,1.12 with weight gain to 33kgs. There is no doubt about the efficacy of the concept and undoubtedly yours expertised approach to the concept for a child who recovered quickly.
    This is for your information.

    THANKS & WARM REGARDS
    Ajay Kumar Singh
    Dy. Manager
    Alps Industries Ltd.
    57/2 INDL Area Sahibabad
    Ghaziabad (U.P.)
    Mob.09810914310

  4. Rahul Behl says:

    I am afflicted with Hyperthyroidism for the last more than 4-5 years and taking medicines. Now, I have started taking this treatment – Accupuncture. I have taken about 15 sittings and feeling much better.

    With regard,

    Rahul Behl

  5. Michael Harris says:

    I am afflicted with Hypothyroidism and am on 100mcg of Synthroid daily.
    However, collagen also plays a role in hair loss.l
    Regards, Michael

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